If you want to build and deploy your project quickly, a boilerplate or good framework could help you be more productive. Some days I miss working with Rails, which is why I look forward to working with a React framework like Redwood.js and Blitz.js.
Redwood aims to bring full-stack to the jam stack. It wants to provide a great developer experience and easy scaling. It's built Built on React, GraphQL, and Prisma.
Blitz also calls itself a Fullstack React framework, and is built on top of Next.js (which is built on top of React) and adds cool stuff like a “Zero-API” data layer lets you import server code directly into your React components. It now also comes with auth included.
Both frameworks are not having a 1.0 release and do not recommend using it in production applications just yet, but they both make great progress so that could change very soon.
Would you go for one of these frameworks in the near future? And if so, which one would you choose?